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New Episcopal Church Advertising and Marketing Sr. Manager

New Episcopal Church Advertising and Marketing Sr. Manager

The Episcopal Church has hired The Rev. Deacon Jake Dell as the new Advertising and Marketing Senior Manager.

According to the press release, Dell is “responsible for marketing the advertising opportunities on the Episcopal News Service site and upcoming mobile apps, as well as managing the affordable website program for dioceses and congregations, and uncovering new sources of ad revenue for other digital offerings.”

Full text of the release follows


Jake Dell named Episcopal Church Office of Communication

Advertising and Marketing Senior Manager

[May 10, 2011] Jake Dell has been named Episcopal Church Office of Communication Advertising and Marketing Senior Manager.

“I’m very excited to be joining the Communications team at the Episcopal Church,” Dell said. “Coming to this job from the advertising world as well as being a transitional deacon gives me a unique perspective. I’m eager to promote the products and services that dioceses and parishes can use to reach new audiences with the Gospel message.”

Dell will be responsible for marketing the advertising opportunities on the Episcopal News Service site and upcoming mobile apps, as well as managing the affordable website program for dioceses and congregations, and uncovering new sources of ad revenue for other digital offerings.

“We’re planning to focus on social media strategies and affordable website solutions and to provide training and insight on how to engage the world through the digital channel,” Dell noted. “Everywhere I go in this church I hear such amazing stories – the kind of stories any major brand would love to be able to say its consumers are sharing. We need to tap this passion. It’s not hard and when you tell your story online, it’s very affordable and has tremendous reach.”

His previous work experience includes as Vice President of Marketing and Development at Studio One Networks in New York City; and as a marketing and project consultant to various religious and educational institutions, conference centers and retail businesses.

A graduate of Yale University and Nashotah House Theological Seminary, Dell is an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Church

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tgflux

No one goes to Nashotah House for any purpose other than upholding the true, papist, male-superior, heterosexual dynasty.

Like the noted true, papist, male-superior, heterosexual dynastic "Son of the House" Terry Martin (aka "Father Jake", for my money the *original* LGBT-affirming TEC blogger)?

C'mon, Josh, back off! Judge the deacon by the content of his character, not his alma mater.

JC Fisher

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Well, it sounds like we're not going to be able to have an actual conversation about this. I'm sorry for that.

Torey Lightcap

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Josh Thomas

No one goes to Nashotah House for any purpose other than upholding the true, papist, male-superior, heterosexual dynasty.

They support schism, and now we've hired one of their graduates to market us. O, happy day.

Please stop excusing the bigots who seek to destroy this church.

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Josh, that may be the reputation Nashota's had for the past several years, but it's a pretty broad brush to paint an individual with. People select seminaries for all kinds of reasons. True, personally held theological convictions do play a role in the process; but so do bishops, Commissions on Ministry, families, economics, and geographic distance from cities, people, and services.

Torey Lightcap

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Jan Nunley

Jesus shrugged.

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